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Mar 5, 2015
UConn Extension GAP School for Fruit and Vegetable Producers
Mar 5, 2015
UConn Perennial Plant Conference Storrs,CT
Mar 7, 2015
CT NOFA Winter Conference in Danbury
Mar 10, 2015
CFBA State Board Meeting
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Welcome to Litchfield County
Litchfield County Farm Bureau was one of the first county Farm Bureaus to form in Connecticut. We are dedicated to raising awareness of agriculture in Litchfield County. We work through legislative advocacy, market promotion and education.Litchfield County Farm Bureau strives to increase farm income and to improve the quality of life not only for Litchfield County farmers, but also for their consumers.
Litchfield County ranks first in all of Connecticut with more than 970 farms (Source: 2007 Census of Agriculture). Many of these farms are raising crops, hay and vegetables which contribute to the green open spaces people love to see in our state. Litchfield County also has thriving greenhouse, nursery, and equine industries. Close to 300 of our farms are related to dairy cattle producing milk and dairy products, beef cattle, poultry, and other livestock, on family-owned facilities. Other farming commodities include Christmas trees, honey, maple syrup, orchards, and wineries. Overall, our number of farms is increasing in Litchfield County.
Programs sponsored by Litchfield County Farm Bureau through the year include an Annual Winter Dinner with our legislators in January, Food check-out participation with our county FFA Chapters in February, a spring seminar, scholarship awards to Litchfield County applicants, a policy development meeting in August for our members, and our annual dinner meeting in October.
With more than 600 Litchfield County Farm Bureau members, we have direct input to forming the policy of our statewide organization which is voted on at the annual meeting each fall. Joining Connecticut Farm Bureau and being active in Litchfield County Farm Bureau's localinitiatives is the most effective way to influence the future of agriculture in our county.
Litchfield County Farm Bureau is involved in supporting every aspect of agriculture in its 27 towns, Barkhamsted, Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Canaan, Colebrook, Cornwall, Goshen, Harwinton, Kent, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, New Milford, Norfolk, North Canaan, Plymouth, Roxbury, Salisbury, Sharon, Terryville, Thomaston, Torrington, Warren, Washington, Watertown, Winchester, Woodbury.
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CT NOFA Hosts Winter Conference in Danbury March 7; Scholarships Available for New Farmers
Saturday, March 7, 2015 (snow date Mar. 8) Western CT State University Midtown Campus 181 White Street, Danbury 8:30 am to 5:00 pmFor all the conference details including programs,...
Survey for Northwestern Connecticut Farmers to provide input to regional Ag planning.
UConn Extension is seeking farners' help in conducting a regional agriculture survey for Nortthwestern Connecticut. The lead organization is the NW CT Economic Development Corporation...
Job Opening Available with New Haven County Farm Bureau
A part-time Office Secretary position is available at the New Haven County Farm Bureau.       The applicant should be able to maintain a small office in the...